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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: WSCG - Computer Graphics, Visualization & Computer Vision - deadline extended

REMINDER  W S C G ' 2008 
DEADLINE EXTENDED to October 25, 2007 due to technical problems

16-th International Conference in Central Europe on Computer Graphics, Visualization and Computer Vision 2008

in co-operation with EUROGRAPHICS
University of West Bohemia, Plzen, Czech Republic
close to Prague - the Golden European City
February 4-7, 2008

Honourary Chair
Wolfgang Strasser, University of Tuebingen, Tuebingen, Germany

Program Co-chairs
Steve Cunningham, California State University Stanislaus, USA
Vaclav Skala, University of West Bohemia, Plzen, Czech Republic

Keynote speakers
Oliver Bimber: The Visual Computing of Projector-Camera Systems, University of Weimar, Germany
Anatole Lecuyer: Perception-Based Integration of Vision and Touch in Virtual Environments, INRIA, Rennes, France

Information for authors
Paper and files uploads: EXTENDED to October 25, 2007 13:00 GMT (London time)

Up to 8 pages of A4 format, additional material
(video as MPEG, AVI, color plates etc. can be submitted) up to 5 MB (see WEB for details)

Topics included
Computer graphics and visualization, computer vision, image processing and pattern recognition, fundamental algorithms, graphical human computer interfaces, geometric 
modeling and computer aided geometric design, computational geometry, rendering and virtual reality, animation and multimedia, medical imaging, graphical interaction, object oriented graphics, parallel and distributed graphics, WWW technologies,
CAD/CAM, DTP and GIS systems and others.

Selected papers will be published in the Journal of WSCG, Vol.16. 
ISSN 1213-6972

Accepted and presented papers and posters will be published in the WSCG 
proceedings with ISBN
and all papers will be available on-line on WSCG WEB site

Organizer and conference office
Prof. Vaclav Skala, c/o University of West Bohemia, 
Computer Science Department
Univerzitni 8, Box 314, CZ 306 14 Plzen, Czech Republic

e-mail: Subject: INFO WSCG 2008 Tel./Fax: +420-37-763-2457
Feel free to visit all papers are available on-line since 
1992 (no access restriction).